“Moon was very proud of Mary,” recalls Dubos, co-owner of the respected weekly newspaper The Gambit.
It is fair to Dubos to say that he had been in a manner provoked by the arguments of the Count de Boulainvilliers.
Both Dubos and his wife did all in their power to dissuade me from the project.
Dubos, however, assigned me a duty which made a happy compromise between my self-esteem and my desire for employment.
Apropos of the theatrical execution of the Romans, the abb Dubos says that the dancers in the interludes were always in gowns.
How precise the scoundrel is in recording this loan as 'after supper at Dubos'!'
Dubos was half standing, half resting against the table, his arms folded upon his breast.
It was not by chance that the abb Dubos imagined this pleasant method of declaiming.
After the theatre we adjourn to Dubos's to supper, and I can give you no idea, Bob, of what a thing that supper is!
The Abb Dubos supported and developed, as well as he was able, the opinion of Chardin.
Dubos Du·bos (dōō-bôs', -bō', dü-), René Jules. 1901-1982.
French-born American bacteriologist noted for his research on natural antibiotics, tuberculosis, and environmental factors in disease.